Last night, I had the pleasure of making my best, ever Hawaiian pizza ever. My favorite Hawaiian pizza is the one from Round Table called “Maui Zaui”. I have been trying to
replicate the taste for months but last time I realized several ingredients that needed to be added: bacon pieces and also chopped green onions/tomatoes.
Another taste factor I realized was that you don’t actually bake the green onions or the tomatoes, you just put them on top at the end.
To make the Hawaiian pizza, you will need some kind of dough (you can make it yourself or buy a pre-made dough like Pillsbury pizza dough), mozzarella cheese, tomato sauce, pineapple, honey ham, bacon pieces, green onions, and tomatoes.
Once you have ingredients ready, cut them all into small pieces. Then just roll the dough nicely on your pan and spread a nice thin layer of tomato sauce over it.
Put a nice layer of mozzarella cheese over the tomato sauce layer, then start putting bacon, ham, and pineapple over it, distributed evenly. Now, make sure you don’t over do the ingredients, last thing we want is a soggy pizza.
Next, bring up your oven up to about 420 degrees. After your oven has been preheated (this is very important), put your pan in the oven for about 15 minutes.
After 15 minutes, keep checking on your pizza every 2 minutes to see if the crust has a golden brown look to it. If it does, your pizza is done.
Take your pizza out and spread the chopped green onions and tomatoes over it.
Your finished Hawaiian pizza should look somewhat like below:
And the pizza should taste very sweet with lots of flavor coming from the green onions, tomatoes, and bacon. Enjoy!